The Legislature of Nuevo León, led by Marcela Guerrais, approved the proposal of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) to take over the presidency board out of the Chamber of Deputies until August 2024.
This is another agreement: Luisa Maria Mayoress, Head of the Interior Ministry, will speak on the platform when he gives the Fifth Report to the Government of President Andres Manuel Lopez for three minutes.
The suggestion for the Mayor-Secretary to speak in Spanish will be submitted to the boards of both chambers for examination on September 1st.
On September 1, the then Minister of the Interior, Adam Augusto Lopez Hernández, said a few more words in the stands after the handover of the Fourth Report by López Obrador’s government without revealing his prior consent to speak on the platform.
Lopez Hernández, Then explained that he would deliver the Fourth Report under the provisions of Article 69 of the Constitution after welcoming nearly all 473 lawmakers present in the boardroom.
The name of the delegate, Guerra, obtained the consensus of Parliament’s remaining groups and tops the list of 11 members of the governing board, 10 of whom are women, who must have the approval of two-thirds of those attending the plenary session of this Thursday’s session.
During the baker, George Romero will succeed the Political Coordination Body (Jucopo) to the brunette Ignacio Mier Velázco.
Nur Pedro Vázquez, deputy of the Workers’ Party (PT), is part of the Political Coordination Committee agreement to be voted on this Thursday in the plenary session of the legislature in Saint Lazarus.
In the plenum of Morena Before the session of Parliament, there was a failed uprising by 101 MPs, half of whom were members of that bench, in which they demanded that Karla Almazán and Brenda Espinoza be replaced by other lawmakers.
After a bitter discussion, several MPs began to leave the private session while he was in the group of AT in the name of proxy war after trying Alejandro Moreno to preside over the Chamber of Deputies.
Almazán and Espinoza will remain on the board as vice president and secretary, respectively.
The rest of the proposal consists of Joanna Torres (bread) and Blanca Alcala (PRI), Vice Presidents Diana Gutierrez (PAN), Fuensanta Guerrero (PRI), Nayeli Arlen (PVEM), Jessica Ortega (Civic Movement), and Olga Espinosa (Democratic Revolutionary Party).